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Woods to visit Korea for amateur golf camp
Former world No. 1 Tiger Woods plans to visit Korea on April 14 to take part in the “Make It Matter” golf camp for junior and amateur golfers, his corporate sponsor Nike Golf said Tuesday.
Yang Yong-eun finishes 2nd in Honda Classic
Yang Yong-eun’s late charge fell just short and the Korean had to settle for second place at the Honda Classic, Monday (KST). Rory Sabbatini of South Africa carded an even par last round to hold on to his lead to claim the first title of the season at the PGA National Champion Course in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Although he failed to add to his overnight score, his 9-under 271...
Park In-bee wins in JLPGA season opener
Korean golfer Park In-bee snatched the first victory of the season in Japan winning at the Daikin Orchid Ladies Golf Tournament, Sunday.
Park stumbles in training game
Former Major Leaguer Park Chan-ho failed to inspire confidence allowing five runs in a spring training game in the Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB), Saturday.
NOlympia insists Munichs candidate file is incorrect
NOlympia, an organization against Munich’s bid for the 2018 Winter Games, insists that the candidate file submitted to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is incorrect.
Motors beat Luneng 1-0 in AFC Champions League
Jeonbuk Motors became the first winner among K-League teams in the group stage of the AFC Champions League, Wednesday, beating Shandong Luneng FC 1-0.
Koo, Son not to play friendlies in March
South Korean national football team manager Cho Kwang-rae decided Wednesday not to call up Bundesliga players Koo Ja-cheol of VFL Wolfsburg and Son Heung-min of Hamburg SV for two friendlies this month.
Choo expected to hit over 30 homers
Cleveland Indians outfielder Choo Shin-soo is expected to generate 30 home runs in Major League Baseball (MLB) this season.
New equestrian program launched in Korea
A new equestrian program has been launched in Korea to try and make the sport more accessible.
Yang into round of 16 at World Match Play
Yang Yong-eun, the only Asian to capture a major, became the continent’s lone representative in the top 16 at the World Golf Championships Match-Play Championship, Friday (KST).